WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — A landmark 2,300-page financial reform law has helped spawn a burgeoning cottage industry of law firms and consultants stepping up to solicit potential whistleblowers and assist companies in their contract negotiations with mega-banks.
State Rep. Larry Taylor is right about the Texas Public Information Act. And he’s absolutely right that the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association cannot keep all the details of a $186 million settlement with a lot of policyholders secret. Those policyholders were angry about the handling of claims after Hurricane Ike.
Texans for Lawsuit Reform (TLR) today made a Public Information Request with the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association (TWIA) for the release of important information relating to the recent settlements arising from claims involving Hurricane Ike.